Mission Cultural Ct for Latino Arts

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MCCLA’S main objectives to present the best representative sample of contemporary and ancient artistic traditions of Latin America and to develop in the community a high degree of sensitivity and understanding of Latin American culture. To this end, throughout its 38- year history the MCCLA has sponsored a series of local, national, and international activities and programs that helped establish it as the largest Latino cultural center in the continental United States. Many of the original projects and programs have been replicated in other parts of the United States. [1]

Location

2868 Mission St.

Contact Information

(415) 643-2785 gallery@missionculturalcenter.org

Founders

group of SFSU students and local community artists

Dates of Operation

1977–present

Type of Space

cultural center

Community Served

Latina/o Americans

Additional Information and Resources

http://www.missionculturalcenter.org/MCCLA_New/about_us.html

About this Article

This article was originally created as part of SOMArts Cultural Center's Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces. To learn how to add or edit content please visit the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism's online History Collection Lab.

Sources

  1. http://www.missionculturalcenter.org/MCCLA_New/about_us.html, 6-29-2015